November 28, 2022

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Colorado’s first pop-up pizza festival benefits food insecurity, domestic violence nonprofits

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Who doesn’t like pizza? On Sunday, every slice went to a good cause at Colorado’s first ever pop-up pizza festival. Seven pizza vendors and over 1,000 people filled Run Westy Run food truck park in Westminster.

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“Heard it was kind of a nice charity event, so wanted to come and support,” Grant Hansel said.

“We’re so full we’ve tried like from everything,” Anderson Littler said.

Pizza lovers also enjoyed live music, games, pizza dough acrobats and a pizza box folding competition. The pop-up is the brainchild of local pizzeria owners Melinda Carbajal and Audrey Kelly.

“We thought it’d be small, and then, it kind of just kept expanding as more and more sponsors wanted to be…

Olivia Young

2022-09-26 07:00:16

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